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Nigeria Approves $2 Billion Bakassi Deep Seaport

The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved the construction of Bakassi Deep Seaport which is currently ongoing. Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade announced the report and said that the approval has paved way to launch the port on a commercial scale. “We have got the official approval for the Bakassi Deep Sea Port …

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Important Things You Should Know About The Igbo Traditional Wedding

Igbo Kwenu! Yes, Igbo ladies are unarguably beautiful, but the beauty is not just skin deep, it is embedded in the rich cultures and traditions of the tribe. We will be talking about Igbo Traditional Marriage and everything about it. 1. ‘Iku aka’ or ‘Iju ese’ which is the marriage inquiry Here the groom has …

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FG Paid Pagefield Global N8.5m Monthly For PR — TheCable

The federal government paid Pagefield Global, a UK-based public relations firm, N8.5 million monthly for “public affairs and public relations advice”, TheCable can report. The company has now gone under before the expiration of the contract. TheCable understands that the business deal, which was officially documented in May 2019, was entered for the Federal Republic …

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16th Abuja International Film Festival: All South African Film Entries Suspended

There is an immediate suspension of all South African film entries at the 16th Abuja International Film Festival scheduled for October 22 to 25, 2019. In a statement released by the organisers, the International Film Festival as a body condemns unequivocally the reoccurring xenophobic attacks against African migrants, including Nigerians in South Africa. “On behalf …

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Xenophobia: South African Embassy In Lagos Shuts Down

The South African embassy in Lagos has been forced to temporarily shut its doors. It joins local businesses in Nigeria, MTN and Shoprite, which have come under attack. The acting High Commissioner, Amb. Bobby Moroe explained that the reported attacks on South Africans in parts of the country informed the decision to close down the …

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Man Survives A Ghastly Motor Accident As His Car Crashes Into A Bush (Photos)

The vehicle jumped into the bush hit a tree, according to reports, the car broke into pieces but the young man came out alive without scratch. is this not the doings of the God? Nobody believe that he will survive this kind of fatal accident. But God prove them wrong. God is great and will …

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Two Filling Stations, Three Gas Plants Sanctioned By DPR In Delta

Two petrol stations and three gas plants in Delta State have been sanctioned for sharp practices by the Department of Petroleum Resources. The affected stations are Akpos Petroleum Limited, G-Palash Nigeria Limited and Onejire Gas Plant all located in Ughelli as well as Somil Energy and Gas Ltd. DPR Assistant Director, Operations, Mrs. Gladys Idahosa, …

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The New Electricity Tariff Across The Country Approved By Discos

IN DETAIL: N40 in Benin, N28 in Ikeja — here’s what you now have to pay for electricity On Wednesday, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) approved new energy tariff for the electricity distribution companies (DisCos) in the country. For each DisCo, the tariffs differ according to customer classification. This piece focuses on the price …

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5 Ministers With Biggest ‘headaches’

Out of the 43 ministers recently inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari, five of them will contend with serious headaches following the myriad of challenges on ground at their respective ministries. President Muhammadu Buhari had in the ministerial retreat before the inauguration charged the ministers to be ready for “laborious days”. As they settle down for …

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N-power Beneficiaries, Corpers Could Be Recruited As Community Policemen — FG

The National Economic Council says plans are underway to engage N-Power beneficiaries and National Youth Service Corps members in community policing, NAN report. Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State disclosed this while briefing State House correspondents after the NEC meeting presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. He …

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